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The Burnside Memorial Hall was donated to the parish of Plumtree in 1921 by Mrs Alice Mary Burnside, in memory of her husband, William Elliott Burnside (Lord of the Manors of Plumtree and Tollerton) "...for the general benefit of the inhabitants".
The Hall is an excellent venue for meetings, children’s parties, family parties, wedding receptions, christening celebrations, clubs, classes and special events.
Village Halls Week - Tea and Cake in the Hall![click for details]
Tea and Cake in the Hall
Have you thought about hiring the Burnside Memorial Hall for a party? If so, would you like to look around it? As part of #VillageHallsWeek the Hall will be open for you to visit - and there'll be free refreshments too!
Please note that in the light of recent, well-publicised incidents, the Trustees no longer permit the use of bouncy castles or other inflatables in the Hall or in the Hall's grounds.
Click on the links below to find out more about the Hall:
- (0115) 989 4443 daytime
- (0115) 937 4915 evenings
The Burnside Memorial Hall is registered with the Charity Commission, no 504064.